Bay & Bow Windows

Expanding out from the exterior of a home, bay and bow windows are elaborate designs that usually feature three or more panels in their configuration.

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BENEFITS OF BAY & BOW WINDOWS

By utilizing a bay or bow window in your home, you can increase the space with shelving options or even a window seat.

Bay windows, typically three or more, can enhance a homes aesthetics with charm and curb appeal.

Bow windows boast at least four panels and are used when you want even more of a curved shape in your window design.

Vanguard Series V4550 Windows
Bay & Bow Windows
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Alternatively called eyelash, radius, circle-top, half-round, archtop, and extended archtop, specialty shaped windows have one thing in common: A curve in their design.

Exterior colors Interior colors
Painter's White
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Tan
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Antique Brown
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Earthtone
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Mystic Gray
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Royal Brown
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Sandstone
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Vintage Linen
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Painter's White
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Tan
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Restorations Series V5500 Windows
Bay & Bow Windows
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Alternatively called eyelash, radius, circle-top, half-round, archtop, and extended archtop, specialty shaped windows have one thing in common: A curve in their design.

Exterior colors Interior colors
Painter's White
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Tan
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Antique Brown
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Earthtone
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Mystic Gray
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Royal Brown
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Sandstone
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Vintage Linen
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Painter's White
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Tan
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Sunrise Series V4500 Windows
Bay & Bow Windows
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Alternatively called eyelash, radius, circle-top, half-round, archtop, and extended archtop, specialty shaped windows have one thing in common: A curve in their design.

Exterior colors Interior colors
Painter's White
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Tan
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Antique Brown
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Earthtone
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Mystic Gray
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Royal Brown
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Sandstone
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Vintage Linen
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Painter's White
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Tan
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V3000 Series Windows
Bay & Bow Windows
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Our V3000 Series radius windows bring architectural interest and softness to your home. With a variety of decorative options including frame colors and grid patterns, the V3000 Series radius windows will complement your style and enhance your home's features.

Other Considerations

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GRID OPTIONS

Grids are decorative elements that can accent the look of your windows. From simulated divided lights on the exterior to grids between the glass, we offer a variety of patterns to create the ideal aesthetic.

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GLASS OPTIONS

Whether you’re interested in decoration, light diffusion, or privacy, obscure glass offers a variety of beautiful design options. Bathe in natural light while enjoying privacy and diffusing glare.

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ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Enjoy a comfortable home no matter the season. From Low-E glass, to gas enhancements and spacer systems, learn how each element helps control the temperature of your home.

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Bay & Bow Windows FAQ

What’s the definition of a projection window?

Projection windows jut out from the house. The most common types are bay and bow windows, though there are many other styles of projection windows, such as oriel windows and garden windows.

What’s the difference between a bay and a bow window?

Both windows protrude out from the main walls of a house. But the key difference is that bow windows feature a series (usually four to six) of windows of the same size, while bay windows have one large picture window flanked by smaller windows that are operable.

Is there added interior space with a projection window?

Indeed, you will have extra space inside your home. Many people use this added floorspace as a study or even a lounging area – it’s an ideal spot to enjoy the views. But you can use it for whatever you deem appropriate.

What if my projection window isn’t compatible with my home’s architecture?

Bay and bow windows can complement any style of home. Whether you have a Colonial, split-level, cottage, etc., you’ll find that a projection window only enhances your property.

Will a bay or bow window increase my home’s curb appeal?

Projection windows often provide a majestic look that catches the eye. With their regal appearance and timeless appeal, projection windows can improve your home’s aesthetics with minimal effort.